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* BeastMan: The entire cast. Some, like [[spoiler:Joanna]], are also AnimalMecha.



* PettingZooPeople: The entire cast. Some, like [[spoiler:Joanna]], would also count as Petting Zoo Robots.

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* PettingZooPeople: The entire cast. Some, like [[spoiler:Joanna]], would also count as Petting Zoo Robots.


Outworld (often stylized OUTWORLD) is a science fiction/furry webcomic.

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Outworld ''Outworld'' (often stylized OUTWORLD) ''OUTWORLD'') is a science fiction/furry webcomic.


* ThePromisedLand: Melissa makes Amalis out to be this; it's a fertile planet that could hold the potential to end starvation on the colonies of the Core Republic!

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* ThePromisedLand: Melissa makes Amalis out to be this; it's a fertile planet that could hold the potential to end starvation on the colonies of the Core Republic!a nearly unlimited food supply.


In the early 71st century, the interplanetary Core Republic is establishing several new colonies. The Outworld Scientific Authority, the government's research department, has recently discovered and surveyed a new planet rich in plant life, and has dispatched a team of scientists to it in the hopes of using its resources to help in supplying the new worlds with food.

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In the early 71st century, the interplanetary Core Republic is establishing several new colonies. The Outworld Scientific Authority, the government's research department, has recently discovered and surveyed a new planet rich in plant life, and has dispatched a team of scientists to it in the possible hopes of using its resources to help lend a paw in supplying the new worlds with food.



'''Melissa Thayer''' - Fox, botanist and horticultural researcher. From the world of [[Music/RiloKiley Rilo Kiley]], Melissa is cheerful, friendly and just a bit silly - [[spoiler:except if you mention, like, or are a robot. Well, hey, she's a botanist...]]

'''Jon Sizemore''' - Husky and scientist. Jon works alongside Melissa and usually has to deal with both her silliness and, alternately, her anger. Jon himself is intelligent and caring, though he can't quite contain himself when Melissa's jokes go wrong!

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'''Melissa Thayer''' - Fox, botanist and horticultural researcher. From the world of [[Music/RiloKiley Rilo Kiley]], Kiley, Melissa is cheerful, friendly and just a bit silly - [[spoiler:except if you mention, like, or are a robot. Well, hey, she's a botanist...]]

'''Jon Sizemore''' - Husky and environmental research scientist. Jon works alongside Melissa and usually has to deal with both her silliness and, alternately, her anger. Jon himself is intelligent and caring, though he can't quite contain himself when Melissa's jokes go wrong!


In the early 71st century, civilization is spread too far. Colony worlds are stricken by a lack of food, and it is the responsibility of the government-sanctioned Outworld Scientific Association (OSA) to find a solution. A new, unspoiled world has been found as a potential source of sustenance for the colonies, and so the OSA has dispatched a [[ScienceHero team of scientists]] to check it out.

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In the early 71st century, civilization is spread too far. Colony worlds are stricken by a lack of food, and it is the responsibility of the government-sanctioned interplanetary Core Republic is establishing several new colonies. The Outworld Scientific Association (OSA) to find a solution. A new, unspoiled world Authority, the government's research department, has been found as a potential source of sustenance for the colonies, recently discovered and so the OSA surveyed a new planet rich in plant life, and has dispatched a [[ScienceHero team of scientists]] scientists to check it out.
in the hopes of using its resources to help in supplying the new worlds with food.



Early on in the comic's run, a companion series called '''OUTWORLD: IN SUSPENDED ANIMATION''' appeared; this is a separate arc that makes small references to the comic but maintains its own story. The arc is published in short chapters and revolves around a security operative, her team and the ship they have been assigned to protect as it delivers much-needed relief supplies to a colony world.

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Early on in the comic's run, a companion series called '''OUTWORLD: IN SUSPENDED ANIMATION''' appeared; this is a separate arc that makes small references to the comic but maintains its own story. The arc is published in short chapters and revolves around a security operative, her team and the ship they have been assigned to protect as it delivers much-needed relief supplies a supply shipment to a colony world.
one of the new colonies.



* TheAmazon: Amalis, the planet on which Outworld takes place, is pretty much jungle from pole to pole... with one whack of an ocean about the equator.

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* TheAmazon: Amalis, the planet on which Outworld takes place, is pretty much jungle from pole to pole... with one whack of an ocean about the equator.pole.


'''Brenda Olsen''' - A Husky and Suzie's comrade and friend. Brenda was born a space station like Calvin, and finds it easier to be in space than Suzie - like Calvin. Nonetheless, she and Suzie have a warm and cordial friendship.

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'''Brenda Olsen''' - A Husky and Suzie's comrade and friend. Brenda was born on a space station like Calvin, and finds it easier to be in space than Suzie - like Calvin. Nonetheless, she and Suzie have a warm and cordial friendship.


* CelibateHero: [[spoiler: Suzie Trask]] has never been in a relationship and finds the notion uncomfortable.
* CrapsackWorld: Earth in 7074, not to mention the starving colony worlds.

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* CelibateHero: [[spoiler: Suzie Trask]] Trask has never been in a relationship and finds the notion uncomfortable.
* CrapsackWorld: Earth in 7074, not to mention the starving colony worlds.
uncomfortable... [[spoiler:probably because she's a robot.]]



* FieryRedhead: Melissa.
* ItMakesSenseInContext: For those who think a young fox running about in a gingham dress in a deep jungle is unusual...
* HungryJungle: The ominous chirps and stridulations in the second and third instalments hint at this.
* MagicSkirt: Melissa's skirt stays put when [[spoiler:she frightens colleague Jon while hanging from an overhead branch]] in the third instalment.

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* FieryRedhead: Melissa.
* ItMakesSenseInContext: For those who think a young fox running about in a gingham dress in a deep jungle is unusual...
Melissa's fairly volcanic when she gets going.
* HungryJungle: The ominous chirps and stridulations in the second and third instalments hint at this.
Amalis certainly has some hostile-sounding forests.
* MagicSkirt: Melissa's skirt stays put when [[spoiler:she frightens colleague Jon while hanging she's dangling from an overhead branch]] in the third instalment.a branch.



* OhCrap: Scientist Jon Sizemore has one of these moments when he thinks something nasty is going to attack him in the jungle... [[spoiler:turns out it's Melissa]].

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* OhCrap: Scientist Jon Sizemore has one of these moments when he thinks something nasty is going to attack him in the jungle... [[spoiler:turns out it's Melissa]]. Melissa also has one of these [[spoiler:when her grappling line breaks after she scares Jon.]]



* PunctuatedForEmphasis: Melissa's words to Joanna in the tenth instalment.
* SayMyName: Jon does this to Melissa in the fourth instalment.
* ScienceHero: Team of intrepid scientists out to save billions from starvation. Could they be anything else?

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* PunctuatedForEmphasis: Melissa's words to Joanna in the tenth instalment.
after Joanna tries to treat her following a nasty fall.
* SayMyName: Jon does this to Melissa in the fourth instalment.
[[spoiler:after she scares him]].
* ScienceHero: Team of intrepid scientists out to save billions from starvation. Could they be anything else?The OSA is advertised as such by Melissa during her broadcast.



* SpaceMarine: An interlude poster for Outworld shows a recruitment attempt by the Core Republic Military, featuring a list of the planets they're engaged on conquering.

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* SpaceMarine: An interlude poster for Outworld shows a recruitment attempt by the Core Republic Military, featuring a list of the planets they're engaged on conquering.on.



* ThePromisedLand: Melissa makes Amalis out to be this in part one; it's a fertile planet that could hold the potential to end starvation on the colonies of the Core Republic!
* ThisIsGonnaSuck: Melissa's face when [[spoiler:her grappling line breaks]] during [[spoiler:her descent from a tree after she scares Jon]] pretty much says it all!

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* ThePromisedLand: Melissa makes Amalis out to be this in part one; this; it's a fertile planet that could hold the potential to end starvation on the colonies of the Core Republic!
* ThisIsGonnaSuck: Melissa's face when [[spoiler:her grappling line breaks]] during [[spoiler:her descent from a tree after she scares Jon]] pretty much says it all!
Republic!


'''Melissa Thayer''' - Fox, botanist and horticultural researcher. From the world of [[Music/RiloKiley Rilo Kiley]], Melissa is cheerful, friendly and just a bit silly. When she's involved with her research, however, she's serious as heck!

'''Jon Sizemore''' - Husky and scientist. Jon works alongside Melissa and usually has to deal with both her silliness and, alternately, her seriousness. Jon himself is intelligent and caring, though he can't quite contain himself when Melissa's jokes go wrong!

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'''Melissa Thayer''' - Fox, botanist and horticultural researcher. From the world of [[Music/RiloKiley Rilo Kiley]], Melissa is cheerful, friendly and just a bit silly. When silly - [[spoiler:except if you mention, like, or are a robot. Well, hey, she's involved with her research, however, she's serious as heck!

a botanist...]]

'''Jon Sizemore''' - Husky and scientist. Jon works alongside Melissa and usually has to deal with both her silliness and, alternately, her seriousness.anger. Jon himself is intelligent and caring, though he can't quite contain himself when Melissa's jokes go wrong!



The characters are essentially furry humans, and [[FullyDressedCartoonAnimal wear full clothing]]. Melissa, for example, wears a gingham dress, even on the job ([[MakesSenseInContext it's a cultural thing]]).

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The characters are essentially furry humans, and [[FullyDressedCartoonAnimal wear full clothing]]. Melissa, for example, wears a gingham dress, even on the job ([[MakesSenseInContext ([[ItMakesSenseInContext it's a cultural thing]]).


Outworld can be read on DeviantArt [[http://vulpinewarrior-91.deviantart.com/gallery/47835819 here]].

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Outworld can be read on DeviantArt Website/DeviantArt [[http://vulpinewarrior-91.deviantart.com/gallery/47835819 here]].


'''Suzie Trask''' - Border Collie and security operative for the United Security Corporation, a faceless entity that employs people to protect ships, installations and other important potential targets, Suzie grew up on [[CrapsackWorld a despoiled Earth in a flooded-out Seattle]], and didn't even see a tree until going to a different planet. Suzie has recently been on a succession of missions involving being in space a lot, and misses being on a planet, even if it has to be Earth.

'''Calvin Symington''' - Coyote and Suzie's superior, Calvin was born on a space station and thus is naturally accustomed to being in space a lot; he doesn't even notice when things are slightly wrong with the artificial gravity!

'''Brenda Olsen''' - Husky and Suzie's comrade and friend. Brenda was born a space station like Calvin, and finds it easier to be in space than Suzie - like Calvin. Nonetheless, she and Suzie have a warm and cordial friendship.

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'''Suzie Trask''' - A Border Collie and security operative for the United Security Corporation, a faceless entity that employs people to protect ships, installations and other important potential targets, Suzie grew up on [[CrapsackWorld a despoiled Earth in a flooded-out Seattle]], and didn't even see a tree until going to a different planet. Suzie has recently been on a succession of missions involving being in space a lot, and misses being on a planet, even if it has to be Earth.

'''Calvin Symington''' - A Coyote and Suzie's superior, Calvin was born on a space station and thus is naturally accustomed to being in space a lot; he doesn't even notice when things are slightly wrong with the artificial gravity!

'''Brenda Olsen''' - A Husky and Suzie's comrade and friend. Brenda was born a space station like Calvin, and finds it easier to be in space than Suzie - like Calvin. Nonetheless, she and Suzie have a warm and cordial friendship.
friendship.

'''Kate Holloway''' - A Jack Russell and Assistant Engineer on the Amity Transport Corporation cargo ship ATC Bernadette, Kate is a genius 17-year old who has struck up something approaching a friendship with Suzie.


Early on in the comic's run, a companion series called '''OUTWORLD: IN SUSPENDED ANIMATION''' appeared; this is a separate arc that makes small references to the comic but maintains its own story. The arc is published in short chapters and reolves around a security operative, her team and the ship they have been assigned to protect as it delivers much-needed relief supplies to a colony world.

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Early on in the comic's run, a companion series called '''OUTWORLD: IN SUSPENDED ANIMATION''' appeared; this is a separate arc that makes small references to the comic but maintains its own story. The arc is published in short chapters and reolves revolves around a security operative, her team and the ship they have been assigned to protect as it delivers much-needed relief supplies to a colony world.


Outworld can be read on DeviantArt [[http://vulpinewarrior-91.deviantart.com/gallery/47835819 here]]. It is currently ongoing.

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Outworld can be read on DeviantArt [[http://vulpinewarrior-91.deviantart.com/gallery/47835819 here]]. It is currently ongoing.
here]].


* SayMyName: Jon does this to Melissa in the fourth instalment. "Melissa Thayer..."

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* SayMyName: Jon does this to Melissa in the fourth instalment. "Melissa Thayer..."


* PandaingToTheAudience: Solange Meek.

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* PandaingToTheAudience: Solange Meek. Do red pandas count?

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